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Author Topic: [ANN]CureCoin - CURECOIN TEAM HAS TAKEN RANK 1 ON FOLDING@HOME!!!  (Read 668210 times)
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September 02, 2017, 12:31:15 PM
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Hi, i'm not sure it is the best place to ask my question, but i tryed on curecoin forum, and nobody answer.
i have small problem with the curecoin qt wallet, i wanted to unlock it, for minting, i try to wrote the passphrase, with 99999999 true, many different times, with space, without... etc, it allways tell me "Method not found (code -32601)". first i thank my passphrase wasn't correct, but i can change it and edit new address with it, so i know its correct.


Thank you for your time.


The syntax is:

walletpassphrase <password> <time in seconds> true


just opened a new wallet, it ask me a new passphrase to encrypt my wallet, so what is the difference with the password, never had to definite any password...

sorry for my noobisme...
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September 02, 2017, 12:43:03 PM
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That is the same one you use to unlock the wallet for staking
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September 02, 2017, 01:07:49 PM
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That is the same one you use to unlock the wallet for staking

so what is the difference between wallet passphrase and password?...

i never definite any password on my wallet...

just a passphrase to encrypt it,

and now when i want to unlock it it write: Method not found (code -32601)



I'm not staking, but i want to!!!!
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September 02, 2017, 01:34:28 PM
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'walletpassphrase' is the command. Your passphrase is one of the parameters of that command.

So if your password/passphrase is 'password1234', and you want to unlock the wallet for 30 days, you type:

walletpassphrase password1234 2592000 true
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September 02, 2017, 04:49:49 PM
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frankly speaking,we got more promise from team but we did not see any code even a single line of code.

curecoin clone from ltc or not ?

CC2.0 is a completely brand-new codebase.

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September 03, 2017, 07:27:40 PM
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The newest press release is at https://curecoin.newswire.com.  As time passes, web crawlers for the search engines detect which news agencies have published the press release.  I learned of this painting by Wuffy too late to place it in the release, but any further communications with Doc Curecoin might well have it, or something in the same theme.  

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-2AKmGQANBAM/WatMZPtgiyI/AAAAAAAAARA/9pjLN-oUGrsH4BJZUmettrGuiZpeQ6hhQCK8BGAs/s512/2017-09-02.png
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September 03, 2017, 11:26:10 PM
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Thanks for creating this thread OP.



Is there a contact page if I have any questions or should I just ask them here?
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September 04, 2017, 04:25:36 AM
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Thanks for creating this thread OP.

Is there a contact page if I have any questions or should I just ask them here?

You can ask here, but more people monitor the Slack.
You can find the CureCoin Slack contact info on the homepage: https://curecoin.net
Under: Resources | Community | Contact | Slack
Or, find the Slack '#' image at the bottom right of the homepage.    Smiley

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September 04, 2017, 07:13:51 AM
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Hi, I'm using curecoin linux wallet and i have activated coin generation in my wallet so by now my computer is mining curecoin. I guess i'm solo mining because when i check getmininginfo it reports i'm not in a pool.
I did not found by myself how to configure pool mining in my wallet. Please can someone explain ? Thanks.
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September 04, 2017, 05:48:59 PM
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Hi, I'm using curecoin linux wallet and i have activated coin generation in my wallet so by now my computer is mining curecoin. I guess i'm solo mining because when i check getmininginfo it reports i'm not in a pool.
I did not found by myself how to configure pool mining in my wallet. Please can someone explain ? Thanks.
Is it possible? I mean mining with wallet.
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September 04, 2017, 06:00:42 PM
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Hi, I'm using curecoin linux wallet and i have activated coin generation in my wallet so by now my computer is mining curecoin. I guess i'm solo mining because when i check getmininginfo it reports i'm not in a pool.
I did not found by myself how to configure pool mining in my wallet. Please can someone explain ? Thanks.
There's an infinitesimal chance that you'll be able to generate a block that way. You're competing with ASICs that are designed just for that purpose and the difficulty is astronomical for a CPU to try to hit.

Like xandry said, you're better off using that CPU to fold with (you'll get paid more per year than you'd likely get in a decade trying to hit a 100+M diff block with a CPU).

If you have to ask why, you wouldn`t understand my answer.
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September 07, 2017, 02:18:15 PM
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I've received the very same payment for 4 days  Huh
Something wrong in the distribution system?
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September 07, 2017, 10:38:31 PM
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I've received the very same payment for 4 days  Huh
Something wrong in the distribution system?

Yes, read the front page of the pool site.
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September 07, 2017, 10:44:14 PM
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Good question! Yes, certificate authorities will sign certificates which certify that a particular user (as identified by a Curecoin address) did a certain quantity of work. The certificate gives a range of nonces that that user is allowed to try mining with, and if they get a nonce in the provided range that, when combined with the previous block hash (as defined by the certificate), and their address (as defined by the certificate), they are allowed to make a block.


 This sounds like you're now expecting Folders to mine as well to get our rewards?

 Or am I being confused?



Folders will also 'mine' but in a similar way to PoS (as far as how many computations are done). The certificate might give, say, 400,000 nonces for 8 hours of folding work, but the miner could run through those 400,000 nonces on a CPU in far less than a single second.

Does it mean that folders will have to run a specific mining software to perform that task?
Or will it be included in the wallet?
And what if somebody doesn't want to keep his wallet "open"/online fulltime?
If the computer/rig holding that software crashes, will the folder lose the coins corresponding to what he folded during the crash if the computer isn't rebooted?
Will it be possible to have several instances of that mining software running in parallel on different computers/rigs to prevent this problem?

Oh and by the way, what about SigmaX? Will it finally also be released? Do you have more information about the distribution process?

Lots of questions Smiley

Lots of good questions!

The folder will not necessarily have to run specific mining software, since they could opt to join a pool instead (where their certificate goes to the pool, and an 'extraData' section of the certificate becomes the worker, or similar).

If they want to 'solo-fold' then they'll have to run a small additional 'bridge' software or similar, which receives the certificates and tries to process them. Most likely, this will be part of the Curecoin wallet itself, which would need to be open for solo folding.

There is a potential for downtime being an issue if, immediately before or upon receipt of a certificate, the client crashed and was unable to actually mine with the certificate (and the network passes them by, creating other valid blocks instead). There would be the option for serious folders to have some redundancy system wherein all certificates mined by a particular individual would be sent to multiple machines which all attempt mining. This wouldn't increase any mining odds, but only prevent a system's failure from interfering with mining a block using an awarded certificate.

Not sure what exactly SigmaX will look like, but it's still on the docket. Basically cc2.0 but with the certificate system replaced by traditional PoW. It'll be released after cc2.0, and the distribution is still up for discussion (although we'd like to give SigmaX tokens to existing Curecoin holders, perhaps similar to the Byteball distribution mechanism?).

Given the problems with the Stanford stat server, will there be a distributed system for the certificate authorities.  If they can't be bothered to maintain a simple server I'm not sure how much faith I have in them issuing certificates.
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September 08, 2017, 08:54:24 AM
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Given the problems with the Stanford stat server, will there be a distributed system for the certificate authorities.  If they can't be bothered to maintain a simple server I'm not sure how much faith I have in them issuing certificates.

I already raised this concern about one year ago on this thread and Vorksholk said there will indeed be a backup system to issue "dummy" certificates while Stanford is down.
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September 08, 2017, 05:23:56 PM
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Russian  Video Tutorial for Getting Started Folding, give me please
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September 09, 2017, 02:40:01 AM
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Good question! Yes, certificate authorities will sign certificates which certify that a particular user (as identified by a Curecoin address) did a certain quantity of work. The certificate gives a range of nonces that that user is allowed to try mining with, and if they get a nonce in the provided range that, when combined with the previous block hash (as defined by the certificate), and their address (as defined by the certificate), they are allowed to make a block.


 This sounds like you're now expecting Folders to mine as well to get our rewards?

 Or am I being confused?



Folders will also 'mine' but in a similar way to PoS (as far as how many computations are done). The certificate might give, say, 400,000 nonces for 8 hours of folding work, but the miner could run through those 400,000 nonces on a CPU in far less than a single second.

Does it mean that folders will have to run a specific mining software to perform that task?
Or will it be included in the wallet?
And what if somebody doesn't want to keep his wallet "open"/online fulltime?
If the computer/rig holding that software crashes, will the folder lose the coins corresponding to what he folded during the crash if the computer isn't rebooted?
Will it be possible to have several instances of that mining software running in parallel on different computers/rigs to prevent this problem?

Oh and by the way, what about SigmaX? Will it finally also be released? Do you have more information about the distribution process?

Lots of questions Smiley

Lots of good questions!

The folder will not necessarily have to run specific mining software, since they could opt to join a pool instead (where their certificate goes to the pool, and an 'extraData' section of the certificate becomes the worker, or similar).

If they want to 'solo-fold' then they'll have to run a small additional 'bridge' software or similar, which receives the certificates and tries to process them. Most likely, this will be part of the Curecoin wallet itself, which would need to be open for solo folding.

There is a potential for downtime being an issue if, immediately before or upon receipt of a certificate, the client crashed and was unable to actually mine with the certificate (and the network passes them by, creating other valid blocks instead). There would be the option for serious folders to have some redundancy system wherein all certificates mined by a particular individual would be sent to multiple machines which all attempt mining. This wouldn't increase any mining odds, but only prevent a system's failure from interfering with mining a block using an awarded certificate.

Not sure what exactly SigmaX will look like, but it's still on the docket. Basically cc2.0 but with the certificate system replaced by traditional PoW. It'll be released after cc2.0, and the distribution is still up for discussion (although we'd like to give SigmaX tokens to existing Curecoin holders, perhaps similar to the Byteball distribution mechanism?).

Given the problems with the Stanford stat server, will there be a distributed system for the certificate authorities.  If they can't be bothered to maintain a simple server I'm not sure how much faith I have in them issuing certificates.

Great question! Two things will be in place:
-Multiple CAs (if one goes down, their difficulty just falls while the other CAs (say, GPUGrid) continue to successfully issue certificates)
-Curecoin devs will also have the ability to automatically create blocks with no reward/fee during times of DCN disruption as a "last resport," simply to help network congestion [fees of included transactions will either be burnt, provably sent to charity, or forwarded to future block minters]

Obviously still a semi-centralized solution as anything like Curecoin is bound to be, but it's designed to best handle any issues in the best possible manner considering the constraints of a blockchain designed around DCNs. Smiley

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September 09, 2017, 12:12:32 PM
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Russian  Video Tutorial for Getting Started Folding, give me please
I'll try to make such a video after I'm cured of a cold. How to merged folding you can read in russian FLDC topic -> https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=886185.msg13067173#msg13067173

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September 09, 2017, 07:58:41 PM
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The basics for merged FLDC + CURE folding is simple.
 Set up a folding account for FLDC per their instructions.
 Then join the Curecoin Team and sign up for the cryptobullions pool using that folding account.

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Good luck - looks very interesting
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